VIDEO | X360, PS3 Tuesday, October 1, 2013 | 10:00 AM

GTA V takes its time

GTA V takes its time

Bobox360 seems to be on a roll these days, so we decided to share his second timelapse video of Grand Theft Auto V with you once again. A lot of patience was required to make this superb video possible so we should all thank him for his hard work. As usual, you can find all all Bobox360's work on YouTube.

Timelapse #3

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Commented on 2013-10-01 17:07:25
This is just AWESOME! Beautiful work!
Commented on 2013-10-01 17:58:34
Awesome video :O now going back cuz of it to play some GTA 5 :D
Commented on 2013-10-01 20:25:33
Thank you. Glad you like it.
Now I will seriously continue the game :D

(Sorry for my english ^^! I'm French)
Commented on 2013-10-02 00:52:14
This quite comfortably takes the graphics crown this gen Everything considered it's absolutely stunning
Commented on 2013-10-02 01:16:48
The Last of Us has much better graphics, but GTAV has excellent graphics for a massive sandbox game.
Commented on 2013-10-02 07:46:04
I havent even fully started the missions yet....Im just enjoying the world. :-)
Commented on 2013-10-02 08:38:43 In reply to Loakum
Posted by Loakum
The Last of Us has much better graphics, but GTAV has excellent graphics for a massive sandbox game.
I wouldn't even put TLOU in the top 10 this gen. Very inconsistent.
Commented on 2013-10-02 15:38:32
@Driftwood and/or Bobox360

I just finished GTA V last night and really liked the end credits and there's no spoilers in them, only very beautiful scenery shots with great music.

Could one of you please upload the end credits from GTA V? (Assuming any of you reached the end already.)

@Loakum

I haven't really played The Last of Us, so whatever I can say of its graphical quality is based on Gamersyde's gameplay videos, but Gamersyde's GTA V videos look much better to me than TLOU's ones.

The graphical quality of GTA V is something truly astonishing and not only rivals, but actually beats the graphical quality of a lot of PC games (generally the lazy ports ones), I actually lost count of all the times I stopped just to admire its beauty - both in technical and artistic terms, its world feels alive and it's very rare to achieve that.

Again, I can't really say for certain since I haven't played TLOU, but based on Gamersyde's videos, GTA V wins for me. Regardless of which is better, both are incredible games that are competing for not only the Game Of The Year awards, but also for the Game Of The Generation awards.

PS. I may be a little biased since I just finished GTA V with 89% completion and it blew my mind away in every way possible, so please keep that in mind when reading this.
Commented on 2013-10-02 15:46:51
Dont touch my precious The Last of Us. :-) Its the gem. I dont know, how other players play games, mostly rushing through it, but when You take time and enjoy every environment, examine the characters and the realism of the settings, You must see, its extraordinary by all aspects, the game can have!
Commented on 2013-10-02 16:06:21 In reply to Sdarts
I haven't played the game much and I think none of us is close to finishing it so, i don't think it will happen. Sorry. :)
Commented on 2013-10-02 16:14:04 In reply to Sdarts
Posted by Sdarts
@Driftwood and/or Bobox360

I just finished GTA V last night and really liked the end credits and there's no spoilers in them, only very beautiful scenery shots with great music.

Could one of you please upload the end credits from GTA V? (Assuming any of you reached the end already.)
I finished the game, and as I now always open AverMedia RECentral in timeshift mode, I could go back and record the end credits as I liked it too :)

I'll see what I can do, it's pretty long.

EDIT: 35 minutes, encoding right now to see how heavy it is, there's not so much movement so I think it will not be that heavy.
Commented on 2013-10-02 17:27:04
@Miguel

Thanks for taking the time to look into it. I honestly thought it was something closer to 12-15 minutes because time just flew by when I was watching it, it definitely didn't felt likre 35 minutes, which shows just how amazing GTA V's end credits are.

@Driftwood

I played GTA V almost non stop till last night, the only reason I haven't 100% completed it is because I missed some things like all the bounty missions and am waiting to do so on PC if/when it comes out.

@Zat

Yes, frow everything I gathered without getting any spoilers, thankfully, TLOU is incredible, but so is GTA V. As long as great games like these two keep coming, we gamers will be in gaming heaven for a very long time. :)

I take my time with games, I want to breathe in the world, immerse myself entirely in the atmosphere, feel like if I was there and was the character(s) I'm playing, to me that's the "ideal" way to play games.

I only have to complete 1 more hobbies and pastimes, 20 more random events, 8 more miscellaneous and fly beneath 44 more bridges to 100% complete GTA V, but I have a seriously huge catalog of games waiting for me to play, chief among them being:

Borderlands 2, Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons, Dark Souls, Dishonored, Guacamelee, Mark of The Ninja, Rayman - Origins & Legends, Resident Evil 6 & Revelations, Rocketbirds - Hardboiled Chicken, Saints Row IV, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Blacklist, Torchlight 2 and The Witcher 1 & 2.

I haven't even played Okami or the Super Mario Galaxy games, now that's sad. :(

Playing the ideal way is great and all, but I'm trying to finish games in 1-3 days and saving the 100% for those epic games like GTA V and TLOU, this way I can enjoy more games.
Commented on 2013-10-02 19:38:25
I dont think anybody else has gotten a game to look this good on the 360...
The graphical step from 4 to 5 is almost like stepping up a generation, i wonder what the iCENHANCER will look like when the game hits the pc
Commented on 2013-10-02 20:13:26 In reply to Sdarts
Posted by Sdarts
@Miguel

Thanks for taking the time to look into it. I honestly thought it was something closer to 12-15 minutes because time just flew by when I was watching it, it definitely didn't felt likre 35 minutes, which shows just how amazing GTA V's end credits are.

@Driftwood

I played GTA V almost non stop till last night, the only reason I haven't 100% completed it is because I missed some things like all the bounty missions and am waiting to do so on PC if/when it comes out.

@Zat

Yes, frow everything I gathered without getting any spoilers, thankfully, TLOU is incredible, but so is GTA V. As long as great games like these two keep coming, we gamers will be in gaming heaven for a very long time. :)

I take my time with games, I want to breathe in the world, immerse myself entirely in the atmosphere, feel like if I was there and was the character(s) I'm playing, to me that's the "ideal" way to play games.

I only have to complete 1 more hobbies and pastimes, 20 more random events, 8 more miscellaneous and fly beneath 44 more bridges to 100% complete GTA V, but I have a seriously huge catalog of games waiting for me to play, chief among them being:

Borderlands 2, Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons, Dark Souls, Dishonored, Guacamelee, Mark of The Ninja, Rayman - Origins & Legends, Resident Evil 6 & Revelations, Rocketbirds - Hardboiled Chicken, Saints Row IV, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Blacklist, Torchlight 2 and The Witcher 1 & 2.

I haven't even played Okami or the Super Mario Galaxy games, now that's sad. :(

Playing the ideal way is great and all, but I'm trying to finish games in 1-3 days and saving the 100% for those epic games like GTA V and TLOU, this way I can enjoy more games.
I agree, thats how its done. My gameplay time is always two or three times longer, than most gamers have.

And with Okami, You are missing an absolutely amazing game. :-)
Commented on 2013-10-03 02:37:33
It's with videos like this that you really appreciate what R* have achieved here. Many prefer to concentrate on GTA's more controversial aspects, like the violence and general antics the characters get up to and talk about. This video shows that Rockstar have transcended all of that and created something that can be considered something truly beautiful. The game is simply a work of art. It's more about the feeling you get from experiencing a dramatic sunset as you cruise down a motorway at dusk listening a song like Baker Street or Radio Gaga. The game conjures really magical moments that are lost on the general mainstream media. It is games like this that really shows how far videogames have come, what is possible and ultimately where they are going.
Commented on 2013-10-03 07:40:28 In reply to MrWhite
Posted by MrWhite
It's with videos like this that you really appreciate what R* have achieved here. Many prefer to concentrate on GTA's more controversial aspects, like the violence and general antics the characters get up to and talk about. This video shows that Rockstar have transcended all of that and created something that can be considered something truly beautiful. The game is simply a work of art. It's more about the feeling you get from experiencing a dramatic sunset as you cruise down a motorway at dusk listening a song like Baker Street or Radio Gaga. The game conjures really magical moments that are lost on the general mainstream media. It is games like this that really shows how far videogames have come, what is possible and ultimately where they are going.
True.
Commented on 2013-10-03 11:21:08 In reply to Phaethon360
Posted by Phaethon360
I wouldn't even put TLOU in the top 10 this gen. Very inconsistent.
that's ok, an enormous amout of us will put The Last of Us in our top 3 this gen. ^_^
Commented on 2013-10-03 13:02:32 In reply to Sdarts
Posted by Sdarts
@Driftwood and/or Bobox360

I just finished GTA V last night and really liked the end credits and there's no spoilers in them, only very beautiful scenery shots with great music.

Could one of you please upload the end credits from GTA V? (Assuming any of you reached the end already.)

@Loakum

I haven't really played The Last of Us, so whatever I can say of its graphical quality is based on Gamersyde's gameplay videos, but Gamersyde's GTA V videos look much better to me than TLOU's ones.

The graphical quality of GTA V is something truly astonishing and not only rivals, but actually beats the graphical quality of a lot of PC games (generally the lazy ports ones), I actually lost count of all the times I stopped just to admire its beauty - both in technical and artistic terms, its world feels alive and it's very rare to achieve that.

Again, I can't really say for certain since I haven't played TLOU, but based on Gamersyde's videos, GTA V wins for me. Regardless of which is better, both are incredible games that are competing for not only the Game Of The Year awards, but also for the Game Of The Generation awards.

PS. I may be a little biased since I just finished GTA V with 89% completion and it blew my mind away in every way possible, so please keep that in mind when reading this.
It's cool man. I'm glad you're enjoying GTAV. I'm just at 7% in GTAV, but I beat The Last of Us (3 times). So I may be a bit biased as well. lol
Commented on 2013-10-03 13:06:09 In reply to MrWhite
Posted by MrWhite
It's with videos like this that you really appreciate what R* have achieved here. Many prefer to concentrate on GTA's more controversial aspects, like the violence and general antics the characters get up to and talk about. This video shows that Rockstar have transcended all of that and created something that can be considered something truly beautiful. The game is simply a work of art. It's more about the feeling you get from experiencing a dramatic sunset as you cruise down a motorway at dusk listening a song like Baker Street or Radio Gaga. The game conjures really magical moments that are lost on the general mainstream media. It is games like this that really shows how far videogames have come, what is possible and ultimately where they are going.
well said. my favorite songs in GTAV are: "What a Fool Believes" "ADHD" and "Everything She Wants"

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